Land Acknowledgment

LAND ACKNOWLEDGMENT
“Morden Area Foundation is located on
the original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree,
Anishininew, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and
on the homeland of the Métis Nation. We
respect the Treaties that were made on these
territories, we acknowledge the harms and
mistakes of the past, and we dedicate
ourselves to moving forward in partnership
with Indigenous communities in a spirit of
reconciliation and collaboration.”

Learn & Return Healthcare Bursary 2024 Application

This bursary provides a financial award to a person entering or returning to full time post-secondary studies in the healthcare field or who is registering for additional professional accreditation that will further their career in healthcare.

The value of the bursary may be up to $2500 and will be paid directly to the educational institution.

For the purposes of this bursary, “healthcare field” is broadly defined and includes, but is not limited to:

  • nursing (registered nurse, licensed practical nurse, nursing assistant),
  • physio- and occupational therapy
  • obstetrics
  • respiratory
  • cancer care
  • public health
  • radiology technicians
  • pharmacy
  • medical records
  • doctor of medicine, dentistry or optometry,

To be eligible for the Learn and Return Healthcare Bursary, applicants must be:

  • A resident of the Boundary Trails Health Centre catchment area (Morden, Winkler, RM Stanley, Plum Coulee, RM Rhineland, Roland, RM Thompson, RM Pembina)
  • Individuals whose intention is to continue their employment or seek employment in the healthcare field in the City of Morden or at the Boundary Trails Health Care Centre.
  • Enrolling in a degree or diploma program through a recognized post-secondary institution in Manitoba or enrolling in a professional accreditation course offered through a recognized educational institution.

 

Application Deadline: May 31, 2024

Bursary application form (final)